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Post by Abes on Sat Mar 24 2012, 22:03

This got delivered today (many thanks Matt), needs a bit of work but nothing major, on the look out for some pics of a restored one so that i can see what parts mine is missing so that i can get bits manufactured any help on that score would be much appriciated and thanks in advance.




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Re: New edition to the family

Post by mike d on Sat Mar 24 2012, 22:11

hi abes..
looks good mate,i haven't got the photos we spoke about
sorry mate,but will keep looking for information for you
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Re: New edition to the family

Post by kevjhnsn on Sat Mar 24 2012, 22:12

looks like it will clean up nicly for you
will keep my eyes open for a donner for it
will look great driven from an engine mate
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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Sat Mar 24 2012, 22:29

Cheers gents any help much appriciated, Kev not looking for a donor as no problems getting parts made just need some pics so i can work out whats missing, oh and if anyone knows what the origanl colour would have been that would also be appriciated

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by matt86 on Sat Mar 24 2012, 23:03

Glad your happy mate , Its been a long day for me but nice to have a change or scenary , and your misses has got me thinking about a trailer tent ....

will have to look further .

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by stationary stu on Sun Mar 25 2012, 09:02

Nice bit of Kit do you know how old it is? Abes I've checked the pics is there any parts missing do you know?

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Sun Mar 25 2012, 17:18

Cheers mate not a clue on age but would like to know, ref missing parts i know its missing the tensioning wheel that goes on the front and connects to the leaf springs have sourced another wheel just need to get some threaded bar and the jobs a goodun, what i really need is some pics of a restored one so i can see what eles iam missing i can then go from there, on the plus side nothing major is missing and everything turns as it should, oh and if any one knows what the orignal colour would have been that would be great too

stationary stu wrote:Nice bit of Kit do you know how old it is? Abes I've checked the pics is there any parts missing do you know?

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Foden on Sun Mar 25 2012, 17:26

I have a Bentall Model OKB mill Abes and the paint colour underneath it is a pale blue similar to 'Ransomes Blue' but I am not 100% certain that it is original, though it does appear to be.

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by JONESEY on Sun Mar 25 2012, 23:24

Nice
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Re: New edition to the family

Post by mike d on Sun Mar 25 2012, 23:50

abes i did send you a link for one on eBay,don't know if it what you needed...or if you got the email...

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Mon Mar 26 2012, 20:49

Yer got your email mate and one back at you

mike d wrote:abes i did send you a link for one on eBay,don't know if it what you needed...or if you got the email...

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Post by mike d on Mon Mar 26 2012, 21:58

back to you feller....

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Post by Abes on Mon Mar 26 2012, 22:12

And back at ya!!

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Post by mike d on Mon Mar 26 2012, 22:39

abes what make etc was it again??????
only mite have something for you,but not 100% on make and model...

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Thu Mar 29 2012, 19:06

Hi Mike its a Bentall XRSE any and all help much appriciated

Mr grumpy wrote:abes what make etc was it again??????
only mite have something for you,but not 100% on make and model...

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by hob on Thu Mar 29 2012, 20:16

something to look at Abes

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&sugexp=frgbld&gs_nf=1&pq=bentall+&cp=38&gs_id=13&xhr=t&q=bentall+centre&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&biw=960&bih=424&bs=1&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=OMJ0T9uTHc208QP7n4Em#um=1&hl=en&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=bentall+corn+mill&oq=bentall+cor&aq=0S&aqi=g-S2&aql=&gs_l=img.1.0.0i24l2.9345l13654l0l17015l3l3l0l0l0l0l119l331l1j2l3l0.frgbld.&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=96ab01ef48b701db&biw=960&bih=424
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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Thu Mar 29 2012, 20:52

Many thanks for the links funny thats the ones i found, a few mills that look along the same lines but still nowt the same just have to keep looking lol

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Sun May 20 2012, 19:09

Well since all other projects are finished and the Autotruck is on hold for the minute thought id make a start restoring the mill not sure who primered it but wish they had taken the top coat off first lol well here's some pics of the work so far would have got a bit further but my drill decided to give up the ghost




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Re: New edition to the family

Post by JONESEY on Mon May 21 2012, 00:02

Looking good
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Re: New edition to the family

Post by kevjhnsn on Mon May 21 2012, 00:24

abes
looks like just out of the casting moulds.
wait for the finished sand down
when the new drill arrives
chin up its a looking good
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Post by stationary stu on Mon May 21 2012, 11:26

Looking good Abes, should make a nice exhibit when finished.

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by matt86 on Mon May 21 2012, 16:39

Abes do you use a angle grinder with a twisted knot cup brush on ... if not you should try it mate .

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by Abes on Mon May 21 2012, 16:53

Cheers gents, LOL Matt funny you should say that going to give that a shot tonight will let you know how it goes, quick one though how do you go about getting in all the nookes and crannies



matt86 wrote:Abes do you use a angle grinder with a twisted knot cup brush on ... if not you should try it mate .

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Post by matt86 on Mon May 21 2012, 18:01

Abes wrote:Cheers gents, LOL Matt funny you should say that going to give that a shot tonight will let you know how it goes, quick one though how do you go about getting in all the nookes and crannies



matt86 wrote:Abes do you use a angle grinder with a twisted knot cup brush on ... if not you should try it mate .

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Abes that is the problem mate .... you cant ! you have to use a drill with a wire brush on the end ... but be sure to wear goggles and gloves and a long sleeved shirt you will get wires shot at you !

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Re: New edition to the family

Post by kevjhnsn on Mon May 21 2012, 19:14

and wear tight cloths if it get a bit in a bristle you will soon be looking like a chipendale but also with burn marks
and yes the wire does as matt says you can feel like a hedgehog if it throws a bunch off at you
once i was pulling wires out of my feet for days as did it in trainers
NOT A GOOD IDEA wont do that again in a hurry lol! Embarassed
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